Be Quirky You And Think Outside The Box!


This blog isn’t called Quirky Books for no reason, it is because I am Quirky, I am an Author, and I write Quirky Books. Books for specialist niches, books that are different in some way, and books with a quirky twist.

Sometimes in life you need to think outside the box and be QUIRKY! You need to be different and stand out from the crowd. You need to be Quirky You and think outside the box like the guy in this video!

At the end of the day you only get one life and it does not matter what others think, so long as you enjoy your life and live it to the fullest the best way you know how, doing what you love, that is success!

This guy is memorable, extremely talented, and courageous. Traits I really respect and value!

How have you showed your quirkiness lately? And what was the result? I love to read you so please comment below!

As always, stay extremely quirky, and write soon

Sandra xx

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Off To The Vets Again! 


My furry kids Snow and Chestnut
Snow (White) and Chestnut.

I love my Snow, she literally means the world to me and tomorrow she goes under anesthetic again. And she seems to be handling this news a lot better than me!

This morning I bathed her and Chestnut before work and you could see all the more, how much weight she has lost. Although her eyes and still bright and she is still strong inside and feisty – pushing past Chestnut at times and trying to climb out of the sink I bathed her in this morning. This is a recent picture of her before the most dramatic weight loss over this week. 

On Friday she was dropping some piggie mix from her mouth and coupled with the weight loss, I felt it was best to get her to see a vet that day. Chestnut always goes with her – good job, as Snow was diagnosed with mites aside from possibly her teeth being overgrown again and confirmed weight loss. She was 1kg on 31st May, now 8.08. But both have to have mite treatment and Chestnut has to be weighed for this too.

The vet could not see Snow’s teeth for the tongue being attached to her cheeks so tomorrow the head vet will anesthetise her to take a closer look at what is going on! I pray it is nothing worse and that Snow will be okay.

I am feeling sad now so going to say write soon and always follow your heart!

Love and hugs

Sandra xx